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post #571 of 1411
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Although the summer is almost over I saw this jacket on sale at the U&I Store in Montreal, but unfortunately only in S, M and XL.

I would need this one in L

Does anyone knows where I could get, what the exact name of that jacket is or even want´s to sell his own one??

 

Thanks a lot!

zola

post #572 of 1411
In my search to find the Desert Pant in Reversed Sateen Olive 34W , Nepenthes is the only US store that seems to stock it, but they only have a 36W left. I wouldn't even mind it in the chino twill.
post #573 of 1411
Eggplant seem to have a pair and they ship worldwide.
http://www.eggplantjp.com/?pid=45865453
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In my search to find the Desert Pant in Reversed Sateen Olive 34W , Nepenthes is the only US store that seems to stock it, but they only have a 36W left. I wouldn't even mind it in the chino twill.
post #574 of 1411
Need Supply has that Miner shirt. Grabbed it in a medium.
post #575 of 1411

I just got my hands on the FW12 Padded hooded vest in grey wool herringbone in a Medium. I came home rather late last night so i didn't get a chance to take fit pics, but i did try it on.

 

This is an impressive piece if you're after a vest! Its a lot lighter in weight/bulk that last years version. In other words, not as puffy. Fit is true to size.

 

I have some time this weekend to take some pictures so i shall do that soon. Cheers.

post #576 of 1411
Yeah, vests are Primaloft this year instead of goose down, definitely makes them a little less puffy. That herringbone one is cool.
post #577 of 1411
FW12 Lined Bedford Jacket Grey Homespun Jersey vs FW12 Unlined Bedford Jacket Navy Cotton Whipcord

and is one warmer then the other?

have some context credit i need to use. wish they grabbed the truman frown.gif
post #578 of 1411
I like both but the homespun will probably be warmer. The whipcord is pretty lightweight, though one of my favorites.
post #579 of 1411

I got the lined grey one and it seems reasonably warm. It's only partially lined though.

post #580 of 1411
Lined homespun should be warmer......

BTW- Shameless Plug:
Selling some wwm/eg winter items in XS, feel free to make offers to trade for other XS gear.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/268353/wwm-eg-xs-melton-wool-maine-guide-wool-tweed-irving-jacket-sz-xs#post_5691514
post #581 of 1411

Whilst looking for a winter coat I came across the olive whipcord cruiser and fell in love with it. I am a Large in every other engineered garments piece that I own but when trying this on the back of the jacket stuck out from my body at about a 30 degree angle and looked awful. I tried on a medium and it seemed to fit fine with very little change in the actual fit of the jacket except the obvious back bulge was gone.

post #582 of 1411

Apologies for the double post.

post #583 of 1411
Has anyone got this season's USN pant in the olive reversed sateen? If so, could you give me the hem measurement please?

Thanks.
post #584 of 1411
I've got the size 30's, off the top of my head i believe it's a 7.5" LO. Seems like the leg opening on them is slightly smaller than my s/s Oxford Fatigues in the same size.
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